Conferences - Seminars

08OCT
2018
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  Monday 8 October 2018 13:30 - 18:00 MED 0 1418

IEEE Student branch EPFL invites you to the IEEE Day!

By Denise Soesilo, Markus Farner, Manu Lubrano, Kevin Sartori, Frederick Tischhauser, Frank deMorsier

!!! 42/50 participants !!!

IEEE is the world biggest professional association of engineers.
 
IEEE Day is celebrated worldwide to commemorate the first time in history when engineers worldwide and IEEE members gathered to share their technical ideas in 1884. IEEE Day’s theme is: “Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow” with the framework  “Airborne Electrical Robots”.
 
The IEEE EPFL Student Branch with the support of the IEEE Switzerland Section kindly invite you to participate to the afternoon dedicated to Aerial Robot Innovations on October 8th afternoon in the Palaz Auditorium.
 
The program is presented as follow:

IEEE Day at EPFL Monday, October 8th 2018, Start 14:15, closing standing apéro at 18:00.
13:40 – 14:10Welcome to the audience with Coffee and Tea, MED Hall, EPFL.
14:15 – 14:30Keynote speech from Simon Johnson, Vice-president of Drone Industry Association Switzerland
14:30 – 15:45Session 1, chaired by Heinz Wipf, Chair of Aerospace & Electronic Systems Chapter
Title: Manufacturers, Regulation and Security for a Growing Aerial Traffic

15:45 – 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 – 17:30Session 2, chaired by Othmar Frey, Chair Geoscience and Remote Sensing Chapter
Title: New Applications for Airborne Robots and Technical Challenges

17:30 – 17:50Closing session, Maria-Alexandra Paun, Chair IEEE Switzerland
From 18:00 Standing Apéro, MED Hall, EPFL

(!!! 42/50 participants !!!) Please register here to participate to the event for logistic reason -> https://inform.epfl.ch/?form=IEEE_Day

SPEAKERS BIOS HERE: https://ieee.epfl.ch/page-114606-en.html

We are looking forward to see you there!

This eventI is sponsored by IEEE Switzerland Section.

Organization IEEE Student Branch EPFL, Hugo Wyss

Contact Gabriel Laupré

Accessibility General public

Admittance Registration required